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California and Alabama are the only two states that aren’t participating in the giant antitrust investigation of Google, and neither is saying why

California and Alabama are the only two states that aren’t participating in the giant antitrust investigation of Google, and neither is saying why

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Only two state attorneys general aren’t taking part in the multi-state antitrust investigation of Google and one of them just happens to be the head of law enforcement in the company’s home state. Xavier Becerra and Steve Marshall, the attorneys general of California and Alabama, respectively, are the only two holdouts in the joint state investigation of the two tech companies. It’s unclear why neither is taking part in the investigation, and neither offered much of an explanation. “California remains deeply concerned and committed to fighting anticompetitive behaviour,” a representative of the California Attorney General’s Office said in an emailed statement. “Regarding this investigation or any other, to protect the integrity of potential and ongoing investigations, we cannot provide comment.” Press representatives for Marshall, meanwhile, did not immediately respond to calls seeking comment. The attorneys general of the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and 48 states announced…
Source: California and Alabama are the only two states that aren’t participating in the giant antitrust investigation of Google, and neither is saying why

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